Tokyo Restaurants

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  • 101. Wafu Chadokoro Akane

    "akane" is a small restaurant located in asakusa, tokyo specializing in traditional japanese desserts. if you eat here, i recommend going with a group of people and ordering several items off of the...

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  • 102. Amar Indian Restaurant-Closed

    This is a small family run place just outside Higashi-Jujo station on the Keihin-Tohoku line. Whilst it's not in a tourist area, if you are in this general vicinity, then it's a great choice. Their...

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  • 103. Tapas & Tapas

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Tapas Tapas near Omori station, has a set lunch menu for about 1500 yen which includes pasta, side salad , free drink (unlimited) and choice of dessert.A great deal for really good food-all...

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  • 104. Jonathan's

    Open 9am to 5am next morning (at least the one at Ikebukuro where we were). Excellent food and decent portions. Try the hamburg (that's what they call a hamburger) with beef chops. Drop a portion of...

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  • 105. Nobu Tokyo

    5 out of 5 stars

    I just went to Nobu Tokyo, and I must say that it more than exceeded my expectations. The menu is way more extensive than what is displayed on their website (http://www.nobutokyo.com/e_menu/), but I...

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  • 106. Moti (Indian restaurant)

    I wasn't much of an Indian food fan prior to coming to Japan. However, having a good number of coworkers from India and going to places like this changed my perspective. Moti is a chain with a...

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  • 107. Seryna

    With its traditional Japanese setting, it definitely has one of the best service so far. I had Beef Shabu-Shabu - typical Japanese fondue. The Kobe beef was simply awesome. I must say, its the best...

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  • 108. Kobe Beef Steak

    smallish but the chairs around the steel plate, the master chef at work, hawkeyed and careful, at the right moment, the shing cleaver cliced the 250g of frilled outsie and red indie into small slices...

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  • 109. HARAJUKU Elephant Cafe

    As you walk in, you are welcomed by the entire waiting staff with a loud shout and clap (a bit unnerving if you arent expecting it). Inside its dark and noisy, with a huge Buddha surrounded by...

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  • 110. Ninniku-ya

    I was at this restaurant around 7 years ago, so to be honest, I'm not sure if this the correct name. It may be the Japanese translation of Garlic House, but the matchbox had a picture of garlic on it....

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  • 111. Kozue

    We were in Tokyo and as much as we loved and savored the street food every single day, it still seemed wrong to come to Tokyo and not sit down to a traditional Kaiseki Ryori meal. So, we finally, last...

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  • 112. The Artist's Cafe

    THE ARTIST'S CAFE is located on the 43rd Floor in Tokyo Dome Hotel. Great night views of Tokyo! They have wide variety of alcoholic drinks & wine. Didn't have dinner there so don't really know what's...

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  • 113. Peppermint Cafe

    Walk down the starircase and you are confronted by half a tuk tuk and a very colourful entrance! the atmosphere is very relaxed and cool. attractive staff always brighten a place up! there is thai tv...

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  • 114. Ethnic Dining Mantra

    One of the problems of ordering food in Japan when you are by yourself, is your own ignorance about the food. also if you cant eat portk or pork products, the language disability becomes even more...

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  • 115. Daikokuya

    Our nose took us to Daikouya which serves great tempura (seafood and vegetables coated in special batter and fried lightly. Dipped in special sauce). We especially love the prawn tempura which is huge...

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  • 116. Fujiya

    We were happy to see a familiar face here in Ginza. It's our favourite dessert cafe - Fujiya Ginza which we first tried out in Kyoto. Ginza not only have expensive shops but equally expensive cafes as...

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  • 117. Aalawi

    Seeing that the chef spent a few years living in one of Kingston, Jamaica's most notorious areas, he must have some skills, right? Well yes he does! Walk into the restaurant and you'll feel like you...

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  • 118. Quien

    Speaking as someone who visits this place at least once or twice a week, this handsome bar, situated in a Taisho-period building near Ebisu, offers an equal complement of rustic ambience and Old World...

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  • 119. Maimu

    Finding vegetarian-friendly restaurants in Tokyo can be quite difficult, but don't let that stop you from looking! I tried several, but the one I'm still dreaming about is Maimu, in Nihombashi. The...

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  • 120. Sunroute Plaza Tokyo - Coffee House California

    Open setting off to one side of the main lounge area of the hotel. Serve yourself to an assortment of well prepared Pan-asian dishes and other selections. There was even a mini buffet for kids with...

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  • 121. Canard

    A little French place that is hidden away in Shinjuku, this is one of Tokyo's smaller restaurants (and that is sayign something.) Despite the size, and the difficulty to get into during peak hours,...

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  • 122. Vampire Cafe

    Have a date and want to impress her with a unique spot? Try Vampire Cafe out in Ginza. It's not an easy location to find, but definitely worth the trek. It's a gothic themed restaurant where the...

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  • 123. Ten'ya

    Like a good, quick bowl of tempura? Hit the Tenya chain sometime then. This place was better in quality than most tempura places I've eaten in the states. They serve the tempura with a tare (sweet)...

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  • 124. Midori

    If you have a real affinity for sushi, go to Midori Sushi. There's two that I know (one in Shibuya Mark City and another in Shimokitazawa). Everytime though this place has been packed so get there...

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  • 125. T.G.I. Friday's

    It was sort of weird to eat at an American chain restaurant like this halfway across the world, especially since we don't eat at the ones in the U.S! It was decorated for Halloween and the staff had...

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